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the feedback of the situation at the moment and if we have so many people means our situations they could be coming most and we can think for next season to do something with libya and it's a wonderful country so. what about what's happening in bani walid. do but do you mean what's happened was things happening there this being fighting do you know about that no we went to confront the tour operator i saw you speaking some people eat telling them about what's been happening in bani walid at the moment. this is. for the few which. was deeply disturbing is that despite a growing body of evidence about crimes against civilians and increasingly vocal concerns from human rights organizations the same media and government remain resolutely silent i've got to sort of package this as a success it's very important for nato so we have the sort of speed of these
countries have been liberated in inverted commas as great places to go great places to invest and the reality for the everyday person in these countries is a living hell really pick up one travel information pack and you'll be given reasons to visit libya and undoubtedly there are many there's a concerning silence in a case by the u.k. media a seeming refusal to talk about what's been happening in places like. the reality is that the new government is struggling to control its militias and bridge the deep divides that remain in the country but none of that you're going to read about in the. surf arts in london. the word to from libya's government is that bani walid recovering fast after armed militias left the city in virtual ruins soever we spoke to a man whose family lived through that very siege now he's asked us to shield his identity for his safety when he told us there is still no peace in burnie world lead. yeah but if it was militias that are.
attacking and killing innocent citizens and. city leave you. out of blocking all supplies now rolling to the city. this included minutes food would undoubtedly life in the sixty's they had this coolness with guns and bullets and use. of but he wouldn't this is a given mission and knows. how you. know if i want to be a one night and this young fellow who tool to another school to. be able. to. get the united states was coming. at us with bombs and guns and feel pretty darn good if it where they know now that i
was guided and i mean the government of libya theorising. now reporting from jerusalem but later this hour of the church this tapping into trouble these days one of christianity's most sacred shrines hasn't been paying the bills it seems because we just got the build a year ago at the water company is ready to sacrifice the church's visitor numbers because of interesting storyline for most all interesting stories that talk about interesting business stories of the day when the key was going on and on katie pilgrim capital outflow from russia is serious business though yeah it's always a major concern people millions billions of dollars rubles and departing the country with that so get it talking about capital outflow really analyzing the situation at the moment and also expensive landmarks as well such as mosque one looking for a new pads on the market that is not on the market but if you didn't buy it would set you back fifty billion dollars slightly out of pocket the reason although you
compare this is a bill is a huge. fifty billion. so yeah that's all coming up in the business but it's that you get on with it. flying north with me in this old soviet work or so the helicopter is doctors landed near brodsky and his team from the region's medical aviation service we head across ever more barren tundra higher and higher into russia's arctic far north until eventually we see our landing spot with arrive at this tiny village after crossing hundreds of kilometers of snow a world of us as a boy here suffering and the doctors are going to see what they can do. inside a small building not warm but two babies and their parents are waiting for us the
doctors inspect them but can't make a diagnosis and decide to bring them to a regional hospital for better can spread lana doesn't like taking her baby away from home but. has been before and degrees to go that's the usual practice with those who live in atlanta they keep mothers with their newborns in hospital for a month. on the way back another stop to check on the health of some native nets reindeer herders out in the tundra it can take many hours to reach the nearest village so all medical problems simply fixed here in the tent that i should they used to be but now we can go to civilized places so we call for emergency help. back at hospital other patients helped by the air ambulance and being treated the service costs fourteen million dollars a year to run and there's been controversy with some claiming that locals exaggerate or make up health problems and use the helicopters as a free taxi service by causations vladimir firmly dismisses it barrelled that is
not true usually the calls are perfectly justified sometimes we even reproach locals for waiting too long before calling us he's been working as a doctor now for forty three years but vladimir is confident that even after he retires his helicopter doctors will remain a lifeline to the peoples of the russian far north.
live. hello there while it's a business knowledge growing concerns about the future of the global economy means investors are moving their money away from the markets to safer places and the us is no exception the country faced a five billion dollar capital outflow last month with state regulators expecting the overall money out so reach a near sixty seven billion dollars this year but it's not all bad because the
country is massive outflows that have a silver lining to barton has the details of for us. so can you just update us what is the situation at the moment. of course it's a yes this is a return to a familiar theme the headline figures we've got the outlook. around five billion dollars for tobar that takes the outflow to between sixty to sixty five billion dollars that's roughly what the finance ministry predicted the not going to change those predictions that has slowed compared to last year which was eighty billion dollars but we're still talking about a lot of money leaving russia thomas that's pretty bad well it does doesn't it i should say some covey acts that it's not quite so bad a lot of that money is its portfolio money that washes around it comes it goes it doesn't take account these figures of things like car factories and retail chains
that common invest in russia and find russian partners and set up businesses there for the longer term the finance ministry in estimates that that kind of business could be bringing in about sixty billion dollars of investment so that could roughly equal. this money leaving russia as we heard earlier. which of course capital flight is not a good thing for us however it's not only due to the investment climate for example it's more profitable to move the money off than reinvested in russia also in the current economic uncertainty people to save their account would rather that invested not so many companies that make money in russia or simply keeping it abroad. unless also no there could be actual positive effects of money leaving russia could help to avoid overheating in this growing economy could help to combat inflation and things like bubbles from too much money being poured in and also
a connection effect that outflow puts pressure on the ruble which actually helps russian production which otherwise could have problems competing in the international market. ideally that i would imagine the russian government want money coming in. and not leaving russia right well that would be the ideal thing and wouldn't that be lovely if we compare it to two thousand and seven when eighty two billion dollars flooded into the russian economy you can see how much things have changed not such a rosy situation as then things have changed a lot because investors are now a lot more jittery in this emerging markets russia's markets have proved volatile and investors can quite easily get scared off. what can we do to stop them getting scared going forward how do we keep this pass. well the finance ministry doesn't seem to be too costly about saying these kinds of things and the people like the
world bank they've looked in their report published about doing business about factors affecting the business climate in russia for example it's very hard to get things like electricity. set up for your business in russia or building permits russia not doing very well on those things yet and then you've got the usual suspects. corruption. bureaucracy just being too difficult and also a lack of infrastructure being set up in motion ok tom let's some dust off our crystal balls right here would you say in a year's time we're going to be having this exact same conversation about capital outflow. i would say it's very likely we will most probably having having a discussion about capital inflow or outflow quite would look like it's difficult to say it's very likely though that the there could be. some big changes there's a lot going on in world markets at the moment especially important for russia oil
and gas prices and they could change a lot of things in russia's markets do change potentially in a very wide scale so i think in some form at least we can promise you it was wishy washy as it is we will be here in a year's time delivering this information for all of you watching what will be there we're not quite sure tom i thought ari look forward to the new year. right thank you very much indeed for all about let's check out the markets and souray we'll start with wall street because u.s. stocks rose actually terming a weekly decline as data showing confidence among u.s. consumers climbed to a five year high overshadowed concerns about fiscal cliff negotiations it was a different picture of a year of those suffering a week session this friday as the so-called fiscal cliff of automatic tax increases and spending cuts next year is making investors nervous of course the part of. the euro continues its southward journey meanwhile the russian ruble finished the
trading session. to the basket of cars is and it was a disappointing day for the us markets with the risk of a fall in crude oil price to contend with these are the closing figures for moscow this friday. while declining demands means big. auto makers like ford all closing production in europe russia's after vast has decided to learn a u. motorist with its low priced model. glanced up at the car produces says the ground so will be available in germany france and a number of other european countries as early as next year the model could be more expensive for europeans than for domestic bias but will remain well below the price of other cars on the market now the current price for the logic at all in russia is around ten thousand dollars. a leading international think tank has foreseen a shift in the balance of the world's economic power you organization for economic
co-operation and development has said that china's economy will be larger than the combined economies of the eurozone countries by the end of this shit moreover the organization also says the asian state will overtake the u.s. as the number one economy by the end of twenty six days. spain has found yet another way to try a brief fillets budget because she plans to sell around one hundred prime state properties by twenty six days to say this could bring the country almost three believe euros in total. and speaking about state property russia's consulting group hill has valued the most recognizable of real estate in several capitals according to the firm's estimates the kremlin is a real bargain in comparison with other european loudmouths it was valued at only fifteen billion dollars meanwhile the tower of london got the price tag of almost
twice small than the symbol of the russian government's however ninety billion dollars is still not a great deal of comparison with other relics one of the greatest works of roman architecture and engineering the coliseum was valued at one hundred ten billion and the eiffel tower hit the top of the right with an estimated cost of an enormous five hundred and fifty billion dollars that's almost equal to the market cap of the world's most expensive company apple. every other not spaces but i have a great became more news coming your way here and i'll talk with kevin of course after this short break stay with us. culture is that so much of. which are kind of severe problem i want to decisive victory returning him to the white house for another four years but it counts for this victory was it a well run campaign in changing that. i mean so no city in europe and
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again they haven't any more news for this hour from r.t. in jerusalem's holiest churches none of the water by not paying its bills for fifteen years and the suppliers got no qualms then about turning off the taps if the church refuses to pay up his outings poor sleep. this is the key that opens jerusalem's most holy church the site where quite is said to be crucified for generations it's been another to judas family handed down by his ancestors after they first received it eight hundred twenty five years ago from honey for salah al-din who liberated jerusalem from the crusaders album of the kings of the. i'm responsible for the church but we're going to church every day of five in the morning and closing at eight at night the armenians the orthodox and the franciscans run the church and give me my instructions. and those instructions are
strict it's another family than a siebecke man who the doorkeepers only they can touch the locks which is why for one of the world's most iconic spots it's rather startling that a bureaucratic mishap is threatening to close it down it's a very modern problem for very entrance site someone it seems has forgotten to pay for water. for fifteen years the church has been using a private israeli water company called heavy on without paying a penny the patriarchy who won the church insists an agreement was reached years ago exam to the church from water bills the company doesn't agree with over a thousand religious institutions including churches and mosques and synagogues operating in jerusalem pay for water services the israeli water authority forbids water corporations including the on from exempting this or that person or institution from paying their water bill and the deadlock between the two sides
could have serious repercussions for worship as. we now way downstairs from the head of the world states on the subject and if we do not find a positive response we will close the church to the whole world should know what the israeli occupation is doing in the holy of holies and the holy land for the reports to show you what sort of does there are divisions between us. sides in this unholy brown i think the church should pay its water bill i don't see a reason why they would be exempted from paying for something that they use with every religious institution and. without us to pay its water bills so you'd have thousands of us to think that i think some type of agreement can and should be reached this particular case is just so special that you know if an exception moves to me to be made just for this i think it needs to be paid for now the water companies frozen the church's bank account hundreds of monks and teachers haven't yet received their salaries among them the doorkeeper who's unsure if come tomorrow
he'll still have a job keeping tradition going policy r t jerusalem. for us so while there will be no more words of formula one races you discover online what's made the motorsport forces take measures against cursing now on the turn the drivers to their terms going to go online as more details but also time for change in china as the country's preparing for its once in a decade power handover which we're following very closely on our website to. ceremonies across germany have been marking a pivotal date in the country's history november the ninth or the birth in war come to twenty three years ago it was the end of the cold war then and when two countries a stand simply became one of the. reports though for us the vision for mine. made in love a ballet produced in western germany by a choreographer from the former d.d.r.
in the eighty's when one nation was riven into stuff and fled what he saw as a prison for the promise of freedom is an artist needed inspiration but didn't have a chance to see the outside world the gander were telling us in the old weights roots in the west where we were different emotional genuine that. he never came back because even twenty years after the fall of the berlin wall the east is still locked in the dark past soviet era infrastructure derailed never really adapting to the capitalist reality greenough occasionally turns out was more annexation what happened politically in the way of international laws that west germany became bigger if they would have taken the chance in that time to say we abolish both germany's we abolished the west of germany and we abolished the eastern region in the east germany and we make something new we make a new germany this might have been much better the forging of one nation was the
end of another this is all that remains from a once large power plant in the village of madrid stein in eastern germany it used to generate electricity for railroads and trams sheltie after reunification the plant was shut down as happened with most industry in the former g.d.r. abandoned buildings like this old and deliberate dated are still scattered all across the east here silence reminders of the former republics power the two decades following the reunification so a million and a half had west most to youngsters leaving an aging population behind slowly that might be changing since two thousand and one the migration numbers are declining and in two thousand and eleven we had for the first time note not more out. migrants than migrants these people live in britain statistics they all see the nickname for born easterners and they've returned home and everybody want to
come but sometimes opportunity is not given it's a responsibility of the political to encourage people to stay here to give them like a maybe. opportunity to earn money but they're using eastern greed and western guile to help themselves probably they all had similar problems like where do i find a flower or if i want to buy a whole lot of these kinds of so the next project was that we build a website where we try to collect all the information but the challenge is the tougher to overcome maybe unspoken the water between the d.d.r. and us germany was one of the hottest across in the world this brown path is what used to be a minefield and imposing construction with city be cameras barbed wire hell lectured fences and watchtowers every one of the half kilometers it was all taken away after reunion this place is now a museum but while there was a may have become part of history a division remains the boundary in some people's minds is as solid as ever and
until these barrier falls through reunification will remain just an illusion or if an ocean r.t. report in from germany. here in moscow it's just after one fifty midnight fifty six four minutes wife want to talk to moscow time albeit more world these few just few minutes this is r.t. . tucked in between the russian mainland japan and the suckling island is the island of minute on named after french seafarer who discovered it it is described as the pride of the sakhalin region we'll take a look at what's in store for us here. until two thousand and four the island was part of the borders own and was completely
restricted to visit to know this picture rest place is open to tourists unique blondes and animals are its top attraction. treaty has been exploring the deaths of the world seas for several decades but it's here at more your own island where he has finally found what he'd been looking for . the water here is very clear the visibility is very good and the underwater world here is extremely rich i've been to many diving locations across the planet including the island of bali on top of my list while some go to the cycling region to enjoy the sights others convert the islands nature's riches into a healthy dollar it is home to the biggest seafood processing factory in russia the tonight shop hundreds of thousands of tons of fish get caught in the nets too late to produce delicious salamon caviar and necessary attribute of anything in russia
the owner of the enterprise says a good fishing season can bring in more than a hundred million dollars net profit. and to a large extent this is owed to what succulent offers environmentally the tonight show operates in only and natural habitat and mild climate unique natural sights and delicious seafood succulent can offer a diverse holiday for those who are not afraid to travel ten thousand kilometers from europe. question is whether this distant blond would ever be able to become a major tourist destination. i'm serious. maybe a few of the applicants incident but. i didn't r.t. exclusive friday through sunday on r.t. and r.t.